Daily Update 2020-05-14: 675 New Cases, Total 25,346 cases in SG Now

1 min read
A huge part of staying safe is to have timely, up-to-date information. Join our telegram group for the latest update on COVID-19 and other important information here.

As of 14 May 2020, 10am, there are 25,346 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Singapore. On 13 May 2020, there were 675 new confirmed cases.

According to MOH, 671 cases are work permit holders living in dormitories, while 0 are work permit holders living outside dormitories.

4 of the remaining cases are community cases.

MOH COVID-19 cases chart May 13

Credit: CNA

6 New Clusters

  1. 3 Kian Teck Crescent
  2. 119 Neythal Road
  3. 1 Sungei Kadut Street 4
  4. 1020 Tai Seng Avenue
  5. 17C Tuas Road
  6. 29 Tuas View Walk 2

Another record high number of patients fully recovered!

958 more patients were announced to have fully recovered from COVID-19!! The increasing number of discharged patients hopefully sheds some light and hope to those affected by COVID-19❤

Let’s hang in there a little more, Singapore!💪

COVID-19 may never be exiled from Earth — WHO

COVID-19 may be a long-term enemy that we may need to learn to live with, says WHO.

Just like HIV, a virus that human race have been fighting against for a long time, we may need to adjust and learn how to live with COVID-19.

Although many countries are taking precautions like having lockdown restrictions, many are also starting to ease its measures… WHO warned that there is no guarantee that a second wave of infection will be kept at bay.

Wearing masks and practicing social distancing may become the new norm now😷

Read more about this here.

Not only is wearing masks compulsory, but it also protects us from COVID-19! We are selling masks and thermometers, so if you need them just drop us a message at +65 9457 2440 or call +65 6358 4231 😉

A huge part of staying safe is to have timely, up-to-date information. Join our telegram group for the latest update on COVID-19 and other important information here.

Are DSA applications changed because of COVID-19?

Things to take note before your child starts school

Circuit Breaker measures might be lifted when community cases fall to zero or single digits over sustained period

 

Spread the love